By Stacey Wilson The fact that the selfie they took at THR's reunion shoot on Thursday, June 19, became a globally trending news item only speaks to the enduring (and rabid) fan base of Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis' game-changing film, Thelma & Louise. The Ridley Scott-directed drama about two Southern women on the run after murdering a rapist shocked audiences — and the business — when it was released in May 1991. The film quickly entered the cultural zeitgeist for its bold and tragic finale, its unapologetic depiction of female subjugation in modern America and -— some may say most importantly — the major-film debut of Brad Pitt, who drawled his way into stardom as J.D., the hustler who steals more than Thelma’s heart. PHOTOS Hollywood’s 100 Favorite Films How did you first get the script for Thelma and Louise? SUSAN SARANDON I got it from my agent, then had a meeting with Ridley Scott.